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favre. seattle quarterback russell wilson tied peyton manning's record. the seahawks defeated the rams 20-13. nfl coaches on the chopping include include philadelphia's andy reed after a 4-2 losing season. and norv turner is expected to be cut after missing the playoffs three years in a row. and tony sparano will not return after the team finished 30th. four college football games. the sun boul has usc against georgia tech. and chick-fil-a bowl lsu versus clemson. straight ahead a ice rescue that you've never seen before. and last week barbara bush called one of her husband's favorite bands and requested a private concert. the oak ridge boys agreed and gathered in their office to sing over the phone. the 41st president requested "elv ira." they also sang "amazing grace." take a listen. ♪ amazing grace how sweet thou sound ♪ ♪ that saved a wretch like me ...but he'd wait for her forever, for any reason, and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein. ...to h
and virginia tech, rutgers subpoena in the russell athletic bowl. >>> er i will car, how is our stormy forecast? >> we're still watching the approach of that winter storm. overnight, temperatures dipping below freezing. it does look like the rain you see on the map is dog change over to snow. so this is what i'm expecting. snow north and west of the beltway, but we will see an accumulating snow even in the district, but it will be a very light accumulation. a coating to an inch in the district it sea. wintry mix with mostly rain south and east of d.c., and all this moves out by the afternoon on saturday. so if you had dinner plans on saturday, you will still be fine actually as long as your road is clear. but it is in the morning that you might want to stay at home. >> folks going to the game on sunday? >> it will be bundle up weather. that is for sure. it is going to feel like it's in the 20s during the game with that wind. >>er are could, thanks. >>> we're out of time. thanks for watching. stay with wusa 9 for the cbs evening news next. then at 7:00 derek is here with the area's only local ne
roberts. she as jack russell terrier who she sent away temporarily while she's recovering from her transplant. the great friends another great dane. rory. well, she tweeted this picture yesterday because rory has made a new friend. they rescued another great dane. jojo and there you see kj in the middle. >> it doesn't even look real. >> all right, sticking with the animal theme, we have been teasing this all morning, this is an amazing cat, people are referring to it as a d.j. cat playing some bob marley here. scratching. moving on. keep it going. ke keep it going. it's actually a 6-month-old cat in ireland. >> that didn't work out well. >> i'm sensing that d.j. friday for that cat at "good morning america." >> are you sure about that? >> the viewers know, no cat was harmed in the making of that video and we'll be right back. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, a
if there is a change. >> nfc west rival seattle went to overtime against chicago. russell wilson finds rice before taking a shot at the goal line. it is ruled a touchdown. the seahawks win it 23-17. they lead the nfc wild card race. for the raiders it was a november to forget as they lost all four of the games. three by blowout. oakland was hoping playing a browns team that lost 12 straight on the road and would turn things around. things are tough for the raider faithful right now. the game was blacked out locally. it was career high 364 yards and he finds gordon for a 44-yard touchdown. trailing 13-3 late in the third and oakland finally gets into the end zone. he makes a fantastic grab and it is a 64-yard strike. the lead was down to 3. they were going for a tieing field goal. he is picked off at the 6. the browns then march 90 tour yards and 14 plays trent richardson. 20-17 and coach dennis alan says palmer's interception killed their momentum. >> we can't turn the ball over right there. we have all of the momentum. we are moving the ball. we can't -- we can't have that self-inflicted wound ri
. >> nfc west rival seattle went to overtime against chicago. russell wilson finds rice before taking a shot at the goal line. it is ruled a touchdown. the seahawks win it 23-17. they lead the nfc wild card race. for the raiders it was a november to forget as they lost all four of the games. three by blowout. oakland was hoping playing a browns team that lost 12 straight on the road and would turn things around. things are tough for the raider faithful right now. the game was blacked out locally. it was career high 364 yards and he finds gordon for a 44-yard touchdown. trailing 13-3 late in the third and oakland finally gets into the end zone. he makes a fantastic grab and it is a 64-yard strike. the lead was down to 3. they were going for a tieing field goal. he is picked off at the 6. the browns then march 90 tour yards and 14 plays trent richardson. 20-17 and coach dennis alan says palmer's interception killed their momentum. >> we can't turn the ball over right there. we have all of the momentum. we are moving the ball. we can't -- we can't have that self-inflicted wound right the
kept this constant fear for their lives. i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell. >> a true story of relief after our colleague was captured in syria. >> richard engel and his crew are safe arrest enduring psychological torture for five days in that war-torn country. angie joins us with more on this harrowing story. >> reporter: good morning. the face of nbc news known for covering some of the world's most dangerous stories found himself in the headlines after disappearing with his crew in syria. >> i'm very happy that we're able to do this shot this morning. >> we're in good health, we're okay. >> reporter: on the "today" show after a terrifying five days of being captive. earlier this morning we got our first glimpse and he talked about the traumatic experience. >> we were with some gunmen, rebels who were escorting us. theyxecuted one of them on the spot and they kept us blindfolded, bound. we were not physically beaten or tortured. it was a lot of psychological torture. threats of being killed. they made us choose which one of us would be shot first and when we refused t
a loss, 4.2 points and then the russell also ending the day in the red. david: it was just positive, the dow just moments ago, but it is the turnaround, 150 points since the story. also a trading day for oil, big rally in yesterday's session where it went up to $91 a barrel. crude was unable to hold on to the gains ending lower on fears of no deals in d.c. all of that late breaking news didn't really affect where oil closed. you see a little positive jump there right now. that's on the news that did come out of washington, but again, it closed at 2.30 down. shibani: also moving today, currencies the yen was a big mover. the currency continuing to decline against the u.s. dollar hitting a 27 month low against our currency. japanese officials signalling that they would do anything basically they could to advance efforts to weaken the currency. a big story there as well. david: you think we're printing like crazy, wait till you see what the japanese do. as the markets crawl back the volatility index, losing all its gains after hitting its highest level since late july, remember when vo
. >> kim russell, thank you for your time from the brooklyn chapter of one million moms. appreciate it so much. for gun control. >> thanks for having me. >>> 51% of those in congress have gotten funding from the nra at some point in the in their career. can we see a change in gun culture? nnouncer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. at the doctor's office when they weigh you, and they have to move it over? my doctor does not have to do that anymore. [ male announcer ] for every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. feels great. simple. effective. take that, 50 pound thingy. let's fight fa
; maya, age 9, and russell, age 7. but in january 1973, he began -- elmo began feeling ill. and i detail the fight, the struggle to try to find a cure for elmo's life. but it was in december of 1992 when bud zumwalt went to a renaissance weekend, and this is what i'll close on, where his handwritten note that no one has ever seen except outside of the family -- and i use it in the book. in his handwritten notes that were presented at renaissance, bud reflected on elmo's life, his death, and bud's own struggle for the truth. and to find out what had happened and where the cover-up occurred. i want to read to you what he shared with his second family. because the zumwalt family knows that bud zumwalt considered the renaissance family his second family in so many ways. and he loved, he loved going there. it was a chance to reflect b and be intellectually challenged and to be amongst friends. and this is what bud zumwalt said. under the title, whoops, mistakes and their consequences. as many of you know, i was the commander of u.s. naval forces in vietnam who decided in 1968 to use agent ora
. he looked far too happy being on the sideline. andrew luck, russell wilson, two great quarterbacks, rg3 is going to end up being the face of the national football league. >> what a class of quarterbacks, though, this year. >> phenomenal. >> and i couldn't have been any more wrong about andrew luck. that guy's amazing. but i was saying you should go with rg3 instead of andrew luck. you can't fail with either of those two guys. they're incredible. >> and russell wilson. if he wasn't playing in seattle, he'd be the biggest media star. >> and rg3, i hear is a great guy. >> yeah. >> he said the guy was the most down to earth -- >> yep, all three of them are really classy guys. >>> baseball now. the yankees, just so you know -- >> there's a good sign. >> they still owe alex rodriguez $17 million. >> they'll be writing him checks in boca. he's got another hip replacement, willie. >> going to be out at least half of this next season because of a hip injury. the yankees announced he's going to have surgery in january to repair a bone impingement. >> it happened to him in the same night he w
in the russell building's hallways in the evenings when the coast is clear. and i would not be here today if it were not for my parents who gave me the gifts of strong values, unwaivin unwavering supd the education to be whatever i wanted to be. i must say that my parents were surprised when they saw what i wanted to be. they would have never thought that their daughter, growing up in lamarck, texas, a town of 15,000 good people, would think that she could be a united states senator. we had a wonderful public school system, and i am proud to say i am a product of public education. my public schools in lamarck, wise which were excellent and my university of texas and university of texas law school prepared me to be what i could be. so it has been a privilege to walk these halls in the capitol of the world's greatest and longest-serving democracy. i think back to the days that stand out in our memories -- september 11, 2001, of course, is the one none of us will ever forget. we know exactly where we were the minute we knew there was a terrorist attack on america. and though we suffered a ho
by russell crowe in the movie, "glad yator." his character caught to keep the bar bearians at bay in the arena. more than 1,500 years ago rome fell to the barbarians. today in this age of euro zone austerity, the stunning remains of that great empire and artifacts at this site are under threat from what some might say are barbarians of another kind, cost-cutting accountants and the budget/ing bauer row accurates. in the past two years the budget to maintain the sites has been cut by at least 20%. as a result, some sites have been closed and projects cancel canceled. the coliseum will remain open, but some ancient treasures may literally be buried. he worked for several years at the gladiator's tomb. if funds around found, it will be recovered with dirt. >> translator: the most logical thing to do is to bury it again, she says he. it will be up to our grandchildren to decide whether that will be temporary or permanent. >> reporter: russell crowe has joined the fight to keep the site open telling an italian newspaper italy must be a leading in preserving ancient heritage. an online
. russell athletic bowl. virginia tech taking on rutgers. fourth quarter, logan thomas connects with cory fuller for a 21-yard touchdown. we're tied at ten and headed to overtime. in ot, a 22-yard field goal attempt is good. hokies avoid their first losing season since 1992. >>> over to the hardwood. magic and wizards. mike rizzo in the house. jordan crawford led all scorers with 27 points. this pretty assist to webster. wizards win it 105-97, snaps their eight-game losing skid. and that was your "sports minute." have a great saturday. >>> the redskins are preparing for their primetime matchup against the cowboys, but the team still had time to help a family in need. peter halbert died last week in a tragic car incident. the team found out the whole family loved the redskins. they invited peter's wife tony and the kids to a practice. the family took pictures with some of the players, including rg3. they got some autographs to walk away with as well. just such a heartwarming story. you know that this has just brought so much light and life into their lives during a very difficult time. >>
the et after the stock-market and the s&p and the dow and the russell. my client's head of ford folios and we have smaller stocks like family dollar stores. if the economy gets worse and full disclosure we do own family dollar, these kind of companies are going to do well when people have no money. shibani: great hedge plays, thanks very much. -pdennis: john brown coming up, the only real fix for washington gridlock is to limit legislators to 1-year terms. shibani: crisis averted on the east coast. massive looming port strike will not happen. we will be live in miami with up-to-the-minute details. dennis: a white new year's eve snowy forecast coming ahead. shibani: the new year's eve parking lot in times squure getting there mittens and gloves out but as we do every day at this time take a look at oil edging down 1/3%. connell: stocks every 15 minutes. dennis: sandra smith and trading pits of the cme watching energy but first lauren simonetti on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> the dow is down 59 points, and the s&p 500. that is why we are not selling of more than we are, t
, where very few people pay attention to anything that goes on out there in seattle, you've got russell wilson who is phenomenal, just phenomenal. >> oh, what he did yesterday to take that team into soldier field because they're jostling with the packers at the top of their division, and they're now in position to get to the postseason, highly unlikely if it happens, and russell wilson, simply because he's 5'11", was drafted in round three, if he was any taller, he'd have gone higher. and he's proving that maybe we just don't assume that anyone under 6'3", 6'2", 6'4", isn't a desirable quarterback. drew brees has been doing it for years. but still the scouts think you have to be taller. >> putting together an incredible season. leigh, are you a jets fan? >> i don't want to say this, but i'm an eagles fan. >> oh, i'm so sorry. i knew there was a reason you were a little quiet over there. there's not much to say. >> i know. i know. i know. >> they're struggling a bit. >> yeah. >> the jets, they finally made the move. they put mark sanchez on the bench, but tim tebow was not available. >>
russell. they're sweet, sweet pups. >> steve: what was his name? >> gretchen: spike. >> steve: there you go. >> brian: spike would never have done that. not the spike i know. >> gretchen: unfortunately he got run over. >> brian: how old was he? >> gretchen: one. >> brian: did the guy stop? >> gretchen: it was very, very sad. let's go to weather. >> brian: all right. >> steve: i'm too depressed. >> brian: right. >> steve: let's take a look at where it's raining today. as you can see, we got rain in the northeast down through the mid atlantic and the gulf coast and the pacific coast as well, another soaker in northern california. come on over. meanwhile, real cold up in the northern plains around the great lakes, 28 now in chicago. 30s in the mid plains states. 40s and 50s throughout the northeast and then 60s along the gulf coast. later today, on this wednesday, it's going to be a beautiful day in florida. look at that. tampa's daytime high on the west coast, looks like probably 80. going to be cooler here in new york city than we had yesterday. we were in the 60s. 54 the daytime high. 41
"who is black in america" will air. i'm going to be live, tweeting the show as well, along with russell simmons, who will be tweeting. feel free to join us on twitter as you sit on your couch and watch our doc. >>> still ahead a family that lost everything in superstorm sandy except they didn't lose each other. story of a teenager who bravely jumped into the waters to swim for help, saved his family. we're at walmart with the simmons family. how much is your current phone bill? four sixteen seventy six a month! okay, come with me -- we're gonna save you money. with straight talk at walmart, you get unlimited talk, text and data for only $45 a month per phone. would we get the same coverage? same coverage on america's best networks. you saved $146.76 by switching to straight talk. awesome! now you can afford to share your allowance with me. get the season's hottest smartphones like the samsung galaxy s2 and get straight talk with unlimited data for just $45 a month -- from america's gift headquarters. walmart. ♪ time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink c
in the nfl. seven rookie quarterbacks, started in week 13 across the league. rg3, andrew luck and russell wilson are leading the rise of the rookies and have high hopes of reaching the postseason. >> you can't come in and say we just want to win seven games, just be competitive. no. you can't come out and say you want to be competitive. you want to conquer. peyton manning went 3-13 his first year in the nfl. does that mean the rookies have th that excuse? it doesn't matter. we have to come out and win. >> reporter: robert griffin iii could be in the discussion for the league's most valuable player award. >> rg3! >> reporter: there's little doubt where a franchise that struggled on the field for 0 years would be without him. brian todd, cnn, washington. >> 80 years is a long time. >> it sure is. >> an image that captured the world's attention. a new york police officer giving a homeless man a pair of boots. there's a twist to the story now. >> the story that keeps on giving. >> and ashton kutcher's new role as apple founder steve jobs. what do you think? >> he looks the part. >> if you put
of rookie quarterbacks in the nfl this year. rg3 is one of them. russell wilson out in seattle, west coast, very few people get to see him play. andrew luck, he's tremendous in indianapolis. but andrea, rg3 in washington, you're a season ticket holder. you're in love with the guy. talk about him. >> well, first of all, he is -- he's a real leader. he's really smart. he's very well educated, has a graduate degree. he was raised all over the world because his parents were both in the military, both of them. and he has these core values. he was elected captain by his teammates as a rookie quarterback early on because he's signified this. i mean, this is a guy who helped put six points on the board after fumbling, a rare fumble, if you saw that play on monday night. >> yeah. >> sort of a weird play. we were all screaming, you know, that was a fumble! because obviously, if it hadn't been, it wouldn't have been six points. mike, he is really a very special character. this is not just spin. >> sam stein, i realize you went to school in the woods up there in dartmouth, but the idea of living in a
morning. let's start with citi national. >> look, i had russell goldsmith, i think this is a classic good bank. and you should not hold it, you should buy it. >> final hold? >> this has been such a dog. it continues to be so. nothing special happening here. >> "new york times" tanger. >> this is a great interview. steve tanger is talking about having a terrific holiday season. go to "the new york times" and read it. >> deutsche bank takes down novartus. >> i wouldn't sell this stock. >> piper upgrading. >> i've been watching the king stock go up. it seems like there's some sweet spot for gaming. it's probably okay now. >> then affirmation here. >> big cap stocks have been saying, look, things are fine. 3m, danner, these are not supposed to be fine. maybe something's better. >> all right. nicely timed once again. let's get some breaking news in washington. ayman? >> carl, this is actually breaking political news. today announcing new regulations on so-called 501 tax-exempt organizations that engaged in electioneering under federal law as it stands right now, they're allowed to engage in el
, my neighbor in the russell office building, a gentleman in every way. he has been magnificent to work with as well. and of course my colleague, senator murkowski from alaska who has made some great contributions to the senate, with her consensus-billing and dedication and exceptio exceptil ability. i certainly enjoyed working with them and getting to know them. and to all of my senate colleagues past and present, this chamber would simply be another room with fancy walls, without the lifeblood of passionate service and dedication you bring to this institution and our nation. we all have our stories about where we came from, about what shaped our values and aspirations. and why we care so much about public service as a vehicle for securing for others the american dream, for all who seek to embrace it. in my instance, when my own legislative journey commenced when i was elected to fill my late-husband's seat in the maine house of representatives, i felt then, as i have throughout my career, that our role as public servants, above all else, is to solve problems. and i've often reflected
.9%. russell 2,000 did very well. it was up by better than 12%. we'll continue to watch this closely today. the one group that you might see interested in seeing a drop in some of these nebs today would be any fun manager who is interested in trying to make sure his fund beats the market performance. if you see a big dip today, it's good news for those people. >> i see a lot of people who say if there is a drop, they think they'll be jumping in to pick up the pieces. i'm not sure how far things could end up falling. >> and it's not just today, it's beyond that. take a look at oil. right now, oil down by about 25 cents. $90.55. and the ten-year notoriety now is yielding 1.711%. the dollar has been hanging in there, too. the dollar is up against the euro and the yen today. right now, the euro is at $131.93. and gold prices, go the gold has at this point gone up about $8.90, $1,664.80 an ounce. by the way, we have jim o'neill coming up in just a moment. we also have pimco's mow hammel el-erian. >>> steve sedgwick is standing by in london right now. how are things standing by there? >> it's a
. i'll let you do that in a moment. russell, i'll start with you. you're the only person here who was actually met adam. what kind of young man was he? what were your impressions? >> well, he was clearly a troubled child. we know that he had aspbergers. nancy mentioned that to me several times. he was very calm, very withdrawn, much like most kids with asbepbergers are. >> you talked to nancy about her son many times. what did she say about him? did she fear him at all? >> no, she never feared him. no. she was a really devoted mom to both her boys. and she always made herself available to adam and his needs. he came first, clearly, with her. >> did she talk about her struggles with him? >> yes. i mean, there were things, i guess, that were typical with people who have aspbergers. sometimes he would isolate himself, things like that. she was very conscious of how she would react to him. for an example, one time he was ill and she -- he just didn't want her in the room so she stayed outside all night of his bedroom on the carpet. he periodically would say, are you there? are you the
where the estate tax is very important to them. >> juliet: all right. bob russell, we appreciate you joining us today. it's obviously something that we all will be watching intently here at fox news channel. happy new year. all righty, coming up from the ice ages, punishment f, and banning bibles, the culture wars making news in 2012. we'll be right back. ♪ bye-bye miss american pie ♪ ♪ drove my chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry ♪ ♪ you lose through diet and exercise, alli can help you lose one more by blocking some of the fat you eat. let's fight fat with alli. ♪ >> and welcome back. as 2012 comes to a close, let's take a look at part two of some of the most important culture stories, clicked on the most on foxnews.com. >> dave: and fox radio correspondent here with a recap. todd, we remember the ice ages, essentially punished for doing his job. >> this is a fox exclusive. an ice agent reaching out and telling a story about an agent unidentified in delaware, arrested an illegal immigrant on a traffic violation and the this guy ended up having ten previous violat
with him for many years. also want to thank senator carden, senator russell, senator alexander. we have had numerous meetings. as we have seen this looming crisis appear on the horizon. right now, the country's attention and that of the media is on the fiscal cliff, and i understand that. economy of the nation and the world may be at stake here. i think that sooner or later, there will be some kind of an agreement. will we are talking about here is a fundamental change in the ruling, the possibility of a fundamental change in the way the senate does business peeping basically changing the rules of the senate from either 60 votes, sometimes 67, to 51 votes, which would make as no different than the house of representatives, and of course would reduce us in many respects not to irrelevance in the minority party. here is the problem. on one side, the majority leader and the democrats are frustrated by their inability to move forward with legislation. every time there is an opposition to a motion to proceed, which takes days and then they proceed, and that has made the united states congress --
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